Closed At Douglas Park: Bulse Defeats Marse Henry In The Spring Trial Stakes--Latter Bleeds; Luke and Rancher Break Track Records--Jockey Butwell Is Ruled Off for Not Paying a Fine., Daily Racing Form, 1915-06-06


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CLOSED AT DOUGLAS PARK BULSE DEFEATS MARSE HENRY IN THE SPRING TRIAL STAKES LATTER BLEEDS Luke and Rancher Break Track Records Jockey JockeyButwell Butwell Is Ruled Off for Not NotPaying Paying a Fine Louisville Ky June 5 J W Parrishs good colt Bulse won tho Spring Trial Stakes worth 347O net to the winner after a hard drive with Marsu Henry at Douglas Park this afternoon Pockichoo was third The winner was in the thickest of the contention from the start and gamely and success ¬ fully shook oil the challengers to ultimately win drawing away Marsu Henrys effort was also a sparkling one for he was forced to go around the others from a slow beginning and after disputing the Issue stubbornly with the winner during tlie stretch drive returned to the judges stand bleeding from the nostrils He had done the same thing in recent workouts and it may be that it has Intonic chronic with him Quite a number held the opinion that but for his bleeding he would have beaten the winner winnerThe The Spring Trial Stakes was the chief offering of a card of seven races that wound up the spring season of racing in this city An immense crowd was in attendance and enjoyed the close and ex ¬ citing finishes that attended most of the races Ominous clouds again threatened rain Specula tion was the largest in volume of the meeting meetingThe The meeting suffered severely from climatic con ¬ ditions and considering the adverse weather the sliowiug has been remarkably good and clearly at ¬ tests the popularity of the course On only two days f the thirteen did it fail to rain rainAn An outstanding incident of the closing day was the record feat of Senator J N Camdens Luke which won the threequarter mile handicap in the fast time of 110 representing a new mark for the distance on Kentucky courses It marked the first start for Luke this season and he run with all his last seasons brilliancy Following brilliancyFollowing Impressions victory in xthc third race he was hid up from an entered price of 1000 to 1700 and was bought by his former owner J II Stamper Jr JrSenator Senator Ollie James wJio recently returned fram an extended trip to Honolulu Panama and Califor ¬ nia was among todays visitors visitorsDepartures Departures for Latohia will be general beginning tonight Nearly all the owners who have stayed to the close of racing in these parts will ship to the MHIdale course There will 1m a few departures of stables for Canada and New York YorkThe The following ruling was issued by the stewards at Douglas Park this afternoon J Butwell jockey having been lined 250 by the stewards for wilful and deliberate rough riding in the Kentucky Handicap on May 20 1015 and said fine not having liccn paid he is under tiie provisions of Hule 28 of the Kentucky State Racing Commission ruled off the course courseAnother Another track record was reduced when Handier won this mile and a sixteenth handicap in the fast time of 14 reducing the former mark by one fifth of a second secondAt At a meeting of the Kentucky State Kacing Com ¬ mission held here this morning applications for fall dates from the various racing associations were acted upon and granted in their claimed form with the exception that the Latonia meeting was cur ¬ tailed two days Instead of the eighteen applied for sixteen were granted bringing the racing season to a close oh October 27 27The The schedule of the dates in full follows followsLexington Lexington Thursday September 0 to Saturday Septemlicr 18 days Douglas daysDouglas Park Monday September 20 to Tues ¬ day daysChurchill September 2S S days Churchill Downs Wednesday September 20 to Thursday daysLatonia October 7 8 days Latonia Saturday October 0 to Wednesday October daysSeveral 27 1C days Several other matters were taken up by the com ¬ mission and acted on A resolution was Introduced to employ only Keiitncklans as helpers This applies mostly to employes in the parlmntiiel departments Other resolutions introduced were as follows followsThat That the racing secretary shall not put any horse up as a starter in a stake unless instructed to do so by the owner or trainer of the horse horseThat That each race track applying to this com ¬ mission for a license shall accompany such appli ¬ cation with a book or program made out by the racing secretary heretofore appointed by this com ¬ mission showing at least six races for each day asked for and none of said races shall be declared off if as many as three starters remain in said race All rules passed contrary to this rule are hereby repealed repealedThat That all the associations racing under a license from the Kentucky State Racing Commission shall employ Kentuckians only s helpers in conducting the KentuckyAll race meetings in Kentucky All these resolutions will come up for action at the next meeting of the commission commissionDr Dr M M Leach was appointed paddock judge and veterinary meetingPresent surgeon for tiie Latonia meeting Present at todays meeting of the Kentucky State Racing Commission were 1 N Camden presiding T II Talbot and Judge Allie W Young Messrs W I Haldcuian and Charles F Grainger were ab ¬ sent

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